Isolating Stock Heaters??
So we have the dinette in using two of the old seats and part of our kids old table from their jungle gym, the navigator seat (another old seat), 1/2 the foam board and plywood on the floor, and the kitchen counter minus the sink. She will be campable with a few more things done. Getting the heaters in is next on the list so I can get the driver seat in.
I'm not really interested in getting the heaters going with the weather we're having and will be having over the next couple of months. It's been very hot here in the Sacramento area. I was wondering if I could isolate the circuit of hoses so I could drive the bus without having the radiator fluid flowing even to the heater. I shut off the sprinkler type valve that was hard piped to the water pump and the sprinkler type valve on top of the engine by the dog house. Is the heater circuit of hoses separate from the hoses that carry the coolant to and from the motor or are they all intertwined? We have a 91 dt466.
On a side note, how often does everyone move their rigs around? We haven't moved her in a couple months and I'm starting to worry about flat spots on the tires.
Any info would be appreciated.
Heath, Laura and The Kids
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